bucardo

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bucardo

(buːˈkɑːdəʊ)
n
a recently extinct Spanish mountain goat
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The Western black rhinoceros being declared extinct last year, for instance, or the tragic 'double extinction' of the Pyrenean ibex (a failed early attempt at cloning).
html) Pyrenean ibex - a mountain goat that went extinct in 2000 - using DNA taken from preserved skin samples, but the newborn ibex died shortly after birth.
Now read this list of extinction that happened because of us: Thylacine, Passenger Pigeon, Golden Toad, Pyrenean Ibex, Javan Tiger, Fakland Island wolf, Steller sea cows, Zanzabir Leopard have all become extinct because of us.
Scientists are busy trying to revive the passenger pigeon, the European auroch, and the Pyrenean ibex.
The Pyrenean ibex, also known as a bucardo, was a kind of mountain goat that once inhabited the rugged terrain between Spain and France.
In 2003, a team of Spanish and French scientists had recreated the Pyrenean ibex which had gone extinct three years earlier.
In 2003, Spanish researchers used frozen tissue from the last Pyrenean ibex, which had died three years earlier, to clone a new living twin (birthed by a goat).
Cloning of the extinct Pyrenean Ibex was also accomplished in 2009 in Spain.
London, Feb 1 (ANI): Pyrenean ibex, a form of wild mountain goat, has been resurrected for the first time after being cloned from frozen tissue.
In 2000, the last Pyrenean ibex - a type of mountain goat once common in Spain - was found dead under a tree in a national park.
org/search) International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources , there are more than 830 species that have done so, among them the dodo bird, great auk and Pyrenean ibex.
Instead of nature taking its course, the last remaining Pyrenean ibex on earth met an untimely death - a tree fell on her.